Robert Charles Duffy, a co-founder of Marc Jacobs International, has sold 62 Bank Street for $7.05 million, according to New York City records.
The buyers were Lawrence Luhring, an art gallery owner, and his wife, Lucrecia Zappi-Luhring.
The West Village townhouse is 22 feet wide and built in the Federal architecture style, with a brick façade and wood framing, according to the listing. Inside the three stories are three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, totaling 2,700 square feet. Architecture firm Jaklitsch/Gardner renovated the property in 2009.
Frank Arends of Prudential Douglas Elliman was the listing agent. The property had an asking price of $6.5 million.
According to city records, Duffy bought the property from W. William Burke-Jacklin in 2002.
Photos from Prudential Douglas Elliman.